From Ken Kesey's expansive novel:
Along the western slopes of the Oregon Coastal Range. . . come look: the hysterical crashing of tributaries as they merge into the Wakonda Auga River ...There, in this little sentence, Ken Kesey has captured the entire world of the Pacific Northwest. It's somewhere under the words, I don't know. The book lives somewhere between prose and poetry. "The hysterical crashing of tributaries"--wow. Who can write like that? How can you not read on?
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